Sunday’s afternoon kayak trip through the mangroves of east Bimini was a fabulous. Even though I managed to fall off my kayak twice- in a row. Now, keep in mind that these are sit-on-top ocean kayaks…they are designed for dummies. And this dummy tipped over twice. Good thing I know myself well enough to have tied down all of my things so they didn’t get lost in the mangrove muck. Eh, it was a good laugh at the very least. Monday morning was business-y and the afternoon was a fun boat trip north. It is a perfect system, we keep a friend company while he goes spear fishing, and he shares the fish. On the way back to Bimini, we saw a small group of spotteds and hopped in for a quick look. They didn’t stick around long, but we did see #57, who has a big hook-shape out of its dorsal fin. This is an animal that we see from the surface sometimes, but not often under water. The evening included hogfish quesadillas and the Yankee/Red Sox game….good thing Kath & I can put our rivalry behind us when the game is over 😉 And then today- consumed by laundry. It feels good once it is done, but it tends to become an all-afternoon affair. Tonight is an American Idol party at a friend’s house. Should be most of the Bimini Undersea “family.” Tomorrow is our first school visit! Until then, Kel
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